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Easter: Andrea Bocelli Plays in Vacant Milan cathedral amidst coronavirus lockdown

Italian audio superstar Andrea Bocelli gave a concert at Milan’s empty palace on Easter as people throughout the globe were locked in their houses.

The tenor was encouraged to sing from the town of Milan and its cathedral, the”Duomo di Milano”.

“Due to audio, staged live, bringing millions of clasped hands anyplace on the planet, we sick hug this hurt Earth’s pulsing heart,” Bocelli explained in an announcement.

Bocelli sang having an organist as photographs of the most affected regions of the region and planet had been displayed on video, in addition to the cathedral.

Milan is the capital of Lombardy, which has become the area most significantly affected by the coronavirus epidemic.

There have been almost 60,000 instances in Lombardy alone with 10,000 deaths.

The movie concert comprised a fundraising effort by a base in Bocelli’s title to assist hospitals to buy equipment to secure their staff.